- Trump attorneys seek to bar his campaign comments at trial
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Donald Trump's lawyers don't want any statements he made during the presidential campaign mentioned in an upcoming civil trial over Trump University.
- Early voting: Democrats show strength in key battlegrounds
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Clinton appears to be displaying strength in the crucial battleground states of North Carolina and Florida among voters casting ballots before Election Day, and may also be building an early vote advantage in Arizona and Colorado.
- Hacked emails: Clinton pushed for charity meeting in Morocco
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hacked emails reveal internal disagreement among top aides to Hillary Clinton about her determination to hold a Clinton Foundation summit in Morocco that later drew attention over its reliance on large financial pledges from foreign governments.
WASHINGTON (AP) — It's not always elbows and insults between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
- After rejecting Trump, McCain navigates tough GOP path
PHOENIX (AP) — In his pursuit of a sixth term, Republican Sen. John McCain reluctantly stood by Donald Trump for months despite personal insults and the bombastic businessman's string of controversial claims.
- The Latest: GOP lawmaker defends Trump 'nasty' remark
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- Dueling Missouri tobacco tax initiatives causing confusion
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri voters are facing the confusing prospect of two separate proposals on the same ballot that would increase the state's lowest-in-the-nation tobacco tax by different amounts.
- Who is Evan McMullin, third-party candidate surging in Utah?
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Two months after he jumped into the presidential race as a political unknown on the fringe, independent candidate Evan McMullin is surging in the polls in Utah and drawing large crowds at rallies as he becomes the conduit for conservative voters fed up with Republican Donald Trump's crudeness and antics.
- US top diplomat refers to NKorea as 'illegitimate regime'
WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State John Kerry has described North Korea's government as "an illegal and illegitimate regime."
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